STAFF BLOG CAPITOL CHATTER New lawmakers find surprises
By Danielle Killey
The public often sees lawmakers fight, debate and disagree. But new Minnesota legislators say people might not be getting the whole picture.
I think people would be surprised how m... Posted on 5/6/13 at 11:36 AM
ASTRO BOB Is Earth under attack by Google Sky glitches?
Last June, a Web user happened to notice an artifact in Google Sky, a site that features several different star atlases you can drill down into to see closeups of nebulas, galaxies and stars. It's a... Posted on 10/31/12 at 9:01 AM
EAST METRO WATER WITH ANGIE HONG Green streets, blue water, yellow ducks
If you live or work near Bayport, you know about the Duck Derby. Held every year as part of the communitys signature Derby Days Festival, the race pits neighbor against neighbor and brother against si... Posted on 11/5/10 at 2:47 PM
ON MY MIND Greening the workplace
I am kind of peculiar when it comes to living green.
I recycle and reuse to some extreme. I would take a small piece of paper that my kids throw in the trash and put it in the paper recycling ba... Posted on 7/21/10 at 2:38 PM
A 27-year-old Kansas man was indicted Tuesday in federal court in Minneapolis in connection with the May 29 robbery of the Anchor Bank in St. Paul Park.
Christopher Shane Green may also face charges in pursuit and accident that followed the robbery, Woodbury police said.
Bryan Green wasn’t there to pick up his three sons from their last day of school at Lake Elmo Elementary last Friday. But you better believe he was Skype-ing them online to ask about it later that evening.
“Green is the new black.”
Mayor Bill Hargis said it best himself Thursday morning at Woodbury’s annual Business Town Meeting, where the city handed out Environmental Excellence awards to four businesses and one school.
Minnesota News The Marine Corps is a funny breed, all its own. I first realized that when I arrived at boot camp in San Diego before my service in the Vietnam War. Our drill instructor pounded it into our heads that we were no longer white, black or Latino; we were Marine green.
In the span of just a few days, the city of Woodbury sponsored two "green" initiatives. While seemingly modest in scope, they ought to ring a few alarm bells for taxpayers growing a bit weary of funding those views with which they may have disagreements.
Jason Lewis, Viewpoint Writer
, November 05, 2008
I have known Cheryl Hurst to be a dedicated public servant providing leadership to our community for many years. She has been willing to step forward on sometimes controversial issues such as affordable housing.
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